Greener Journal of Education and Training Studies

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About GJETS

Objective:

Our Mission is to contribute towards the advancement of knowledge and general discoveries, by providing free access to quality research information online.

Scope:

Greener Journal of Education and Training Studies (GJETS) will publish articles related to Education and Training.

Frequency:

Biannual, two issues every year. Ready articles will continually be added to each issue daily over a period of six months. The frequency may increase in the future.

Accepted Languages:

English, Spanish, French, Latin, Mexican, German, Arabic, Brazilian, Greek, Hebrew, Chinese, Czech, Dutch, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Korean, Vietnamese, Norwegian, Turkish, African Indigenous Languages.

General features:

  • Peer Review
  • International reviewers
  • Excellence and Timeliness
  • Prompt processing and publication
  • Publication in different langauges
  • Wide viewing formats: PDF, HTML and XML
  • Inclusion of articles in Open Journal System 
  • DOI allocation
  • e-publication certificates
  • Extensive article dissemination
  • Quality and precision.

Basic Indexing:

Google, Bing, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, CrossRef and more. 


Recent Articles


 

OROK, Afor Betek Mary

Conceptualizing Self-Awareness as a Correlate for Career Development of Students with Disabilities

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AWANDIA Joseph Tazitabong

Teacher’s Qualification and Experience on Students’ Attitude towards Physics in selected Secondary Schools in Buea, South West Region of Cameroon

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LOVELINE Yaro

Conservative and Evolutionary Trends in the Implementation Narratives on the Harmonization Policy in Cameroon Education System

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ZANG NDI Serge Armand

Comprendre Le Phenomene De Rejet En Contexte Interindividuel Et Intergroupe : Lecture Psychosociale

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ADEOSUN Ayodele Olayinka, ADEYEMO Ayuba Olabode, ADELOWO Gbenga Edward

Job Satisfaction of Secondary School Vocational Teachers in Oyo State, Nigeria

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Dr. KUMNCHO Eveline Neh

Parental Communication Patterns and Children’s Academic Performance in Cameroon

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Dr. SHEY Patrick Fonyuy

Inclusive Education in Cameroon: Students’ with Disabilities Perceptions on Inclusive Practices at the University of Buea, Cameroon

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MPOFU, Jabulani

Exploring emotional well-being of learners with visual impairment in inclusive education setting. A case study of Kadoma Urban schools in Zimbabwe

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Call for Papers/Books/Thesis

Call for Scholarly Articles


Authors from around the world are invited to send scholary articles that suits the scope of this journal. The journal is currently open to submissions and will process and publish articles monthly in two yearly issues.


The journal is centered on quality and goes about its processes in a very timely fashion. Seasoned editors/reviewers will be consulted to review each article(s), profer quality evaluations and polish the articles with expertise before publication.


Simply send your article(s) as an e-mail attachment to manuscripts@acad.gjournals.org or manuscripts.igj@gmail.com.


Call for Books


You are also invited to submit your books for online or print publication. We publish books related to all academic subject areas.    Submit as an e-mail attachment to books@acad.gjournals.org.



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